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Fried Fish "Cold Front" Style Recipe

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Contributor:  
Mike
Added: Tuesday, October 23, 2007

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Freeze Dried Potato Flakes
Fish
Eggs
Seasonings to Taste
Olive Oil

Directions:
Directions:
Fried Fish "Cold Front" Style
My favorite fish recipe works on all non-oily fish (crappie, sunnies, walleye, sea bass and flounder, to name a few) It's especially good for people who don't like that "fishy" or "wild" favor.
Bone the fish and rinse thoroughly. Dredge uniformed sized pieces of fish in an egg whipped bath and dunk ‘em into a gallon size zip lock bag that’s about a quarter full of crushed freeze-dried potato flakes and a mixture of your favorite seasonings (Seasoned salt, garlic and pepper are my favorites). Shake'm up and coat thoroughly. Pull them out and let them sit a spell (about 5 minutes), then fry 'em in olive oil to a flaky golden brown, but no longer (nothing worse than tough, rubbery over cooked fish).
Best severed with wild rice and cream corn.
This simple but tasty recipe is also good on venison, pheasant and duck strips.
Please note, as in a past life in the restaurant business, I don't use measuring cups and spoons. Wing it!
Hook'm, Shoot'm and Cook'm

 

 

 

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